Contest thanks

Mayor Bev Parnham thanks pet contest entrants for supporting animal shelter.

Dear editor,

On behalf of Council and staff I would like to thank you very much for donating the entry fees from the Gazette photo contest to the District’s Animal Control Shelter. The contest was a great idea and judging by the photos in the newspaper there was excellent response. Those participating in the voting must have had a difficult time choosing their number one choice from all those great photos.

The North Island Gazette is a huge part of our community and its ongoing support of local events, organizations and services is very much appreciated.

The District also appreciates the donation of the $100 prize money awarded to Angela Heasman for the winning photo of Carmen and we will be sending her a thank you as well.

Again, thank you for supporting and donating to the District’s Animal Control Shelter.

Bev Parnham

Mayor, District of Port Hardy

 

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